I love the main character and fill compelled to endure the fluff that is interjected in these books to follow the series. One romance scene was so poorly written, I laughed out loud. And the scenes where the grown women sit around on a bed eating ice cream from a container is likely some teenaged fantasy run amuck.
The two main story lines have some serious coincidences that are designed to throw you off the trail...it would be better if they stuck to one well planned mystery instead, but I appreciate they were trying a new formula.
Overall, not terrible. I listen during my commute so it's light enough to keep me occupied without distracting.
The one thing about her is her relationship with guys. Seems she is attracted to whoever is available. Other than that I enjoy the aspects of her job.
CAN'T wait for the next instalment. I enjoy the characters... They are so engaging and easy love I feel as if they are family and I'm reading their daily activities.
This whole Patterson series so far has been amazing! Did it meet my expectation. " in spades!" I am not crazy about the narrator, but it never bothers me enough to lessen the quality of the books. She can't vary her voice enough to create various characters. I find all of her voices to feminine to be a male character. Some narrators do this much better, in my opinion.
Still the storyline is over the top good and makes this book well worth the purchase price as with all of James Patterson's series Women's Murder Club. Does not disappoint! It amazes me how well Mr. Patterson knows the female mind and brings his characters to life.
Yes, keeps you listening for more. GOOD BOOK
All the main characters are well done. Conklin I think is a star in the rough. Can't wait for more of him.
The end was not expected.